Muton from synthesizer producer REON is a brand new synthesizer powered by the Versatile Superior Multiplier engine for excessive modulation and improvisation.
It is a colourful field with plenty of buttons, suggesting there’s quite a lot of digital magic behind the analog tone technology. At first look, it is a easy synthesizer with three oscillators. It has a low cross filter, an envelope and a delay impact, and the Reon does a very good job with this sort of synth. However the curiosity on this specific synthesizer comes from the Versatile Superior Multiplier or FAM engine, which is totally new to Muton.
FAM is sort of a tremendous modulator. It has three LFOs and three Gates that may be tempo-synced and provide intense rhythms and actions all through the synth. It appears to be like like every little thing could be connected for some FAM motion, both by the buttons subsequent to the vacation spot or by the patch bay. The FAM controller could be configured and saved in six reminiscence slots for immediate recall throughout efficiency.
You may think about that is going to sound very techno, however the demo movies appear to have an experimental vibe with quite a lot of audio pace modulation and random sampling.
Within the second demo, I am not totally certain what sound the Muton makes. This time it appears to be in regards to the ambient evolution of sounds.
Muton is a little bit of a wierd beast. I am not but certain I actually know what is going on on or how the FAM engine works. Hopefully there can be extra demos quickly.
At one level, REON synthesizers had been distributed by Korg within the UK. However that does not appear to be the case anymore. It is a disgrace as a result of the DriftBox synths are actually cool. I ponder if the mutons will get into the native shops? The Muton is presently accessible for 97,900 yen, which is round £600.